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Studying Wealth-Building: Your Input Requested

By Thomas J. Stanley on Feb 13th, 2012 in Studying the Wealthy

Thank you to those of you who have already signed up for the

AMI Research Panel
. We are preparing to send out our
first survey in the upcoming weeks. If you have friends or
family members who are fans of
The Millionaire Next Door
or might be interested in
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interested in the opinions and responses from a wide range of
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4 responses to “Studying Wealth-Building: Your Input Requested”

  1. Nick says:

    This looks very interesting, Dr. Stanley. I note, though, that the links currently are redirecting just to your home page instead of the sign-up page where the prior post goes.

  2. Sarah says:

    Thank you, Nick. The links are fixed now.

  3. Jim Thrower says:

    I am a big fan and your insights of course also work well in Canada. I am a Credit Risk Analyst but also the landlord of a triplex. Our primary home (value approx $250,000) is in a small town and will be paid off this year. I make a decent but have no illusions that working for money will make me wealthy; therefore, instead I have invested in property and plan to invest more heavily once our residence is paid off.

    Thanks for all of your excellent work. I wish Canadians could participate in your surveys.

    All the best!

    Jim

  4. Jim says:

    I answered the survey truthfully, and I might have thrown off the results. That’s because I employ high-achieving who are compensated based on their performance. And at year-end, I ask them the same question: “What can I get you for a special present – something you’ve always wanted, yet wouldn’t dare buy for yourself?”

    Thus, I have purchased a Gucci purse ($1.650); Christian Louboutin shoes ($800+) and a weekend @ The Breakers in Palm Beach (don’t ask). And my corporate gift account @ Tiffany & Co. gets quite the workout, too.

    Maybe I should have assumed the questions included the phrase “for your personal consumption/enjoyment only”. My answers don’t reflect it, but I am Balance Sheet affluent. Honest!

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